Elmore County become the second county in Alabama since 2011 to allow electronic recording for land documents, according to a release.[IMAGE] [COLUMN_BREAK]
The probate office in the county partnered with e-recording provider ""Simplifle"":https://simplifile.com/eRecording/ to offer the service.
""There are so many great benefits that come with e-recording, and we are excited to bring those benefits to Elmore County and their customers,"" said Paul Clifford, president of Simplifile.
Electronic submissions eliminate the need to mail documents or physically go to the probate office, which in turn saves money, paper, and time.
""Over time, electronic recording of documents will lessen some of the heavy demands on us, as well as provide a convenience for those who regularly submit documents for recording,"" said Linda Blankenship, an Elmore County probate office employee.
""There is no reason you could not do your probate office business in your pajamas while seated in front of your home computer,"" said Elmore County Probate Judge John Enslen.